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The reason: Problems with Boeings 787 production means cash burn will go on longer than expected. They explain: Our updated 787 learning curve analysis forecasts Boeings 787 cash burn at ~$6B in 2014, only slightly better than 2013. We see Boeings 787 cash burn improving by ~$2B/year beyond 2014, reaching breakeven in 2017, two years later than guidance We believe Boeing produced fewer 787s than its stated rate in Q2-Q4 because of 787-9 problems. When Boeing stepped production up to 7/month in May along with introducing 787-9 into the flow, it disclosed that it had produced 114 787s while its 10/month press release from January disclosed cumulative unit production at 155.
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“Until last June, this company was known as MEMC and traded under the symbol WFR,” Cramer said. “Some of this move is because the company has grown from a maker of silicon wafers to a full-service solar energy provider with a growing pipeline of projects.” “Also, SunEdison is taking aggressive action to bring out value, mainly by planning to visit here spin-off a minority interest in the company’s semiconductor business,” Cramer said. This is exactly the kind of split-up that Cramer talks about so often on “Mad Money.” “I think SunEdison’s solar side will get a much higher valuation without the semiconductor division weighing it down,” he said. And SunEdison is also generating shareholder value in other ways.
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The terms of the deal between the two companies weren’t disclosed. Video game retailer Gamestop ( GME ) closed down after Walmart ( WMT ) announced it will expand its used video game trade-in program on March 26. The expanded program will allow customers to trade in video games in exchange for a Walmart gift card. The change could challenge GameStop’s dominance in $2 billion used video game market.
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Food and medicine Administration (FDA) that its Investigational New medicine (IND) application for the drug imetelstat had been placed on full medical hold. Geron Corporation ( NASDAQ:GERN ) gaining 2.52% and closed at $1.83 on a traded volume of 9.20 million shares, in comparison to 5.53 million shares of average trading volume. The company has a total market capitalization of $283.33 million. For How Long GERN will fight for Profitability?
(TGL.T) and Whitecap Resources Inc. (WCP.T). TransGlobe Energy (C$8.80, up 4.6%) and Caracal Energy Inc., two small, Calgary-based energy companies, agreed to merge by way of a share exchange to create a $1.8 billion venture focused on oil production in Africa. Imperial Oil Ltd.
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The stock closed at Rs116.68 with a gain of Rs3.05 on trade turnover of 7.25 million shares. An analyst said that investors accumulated shares on the expectation for good earnings. Pakistan State Oil also remained the hot stock among traders at the KSE on Tuesday. The stock closed at Rs422.64 with a gain of Rs5.33 on trade turnover of 2.20 million shares. An analyst said that the oil company remained in the limelight on the reports that it is acquiring 4.5 percent shares of Pakistan Refinery Limited.
Today’s Hot Stocks List Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN ) shares rose roughly 1% to $379 after the Wall Street Journal reported the Internet conglomerate will launch a video streaming device next month that will compete with the Apple TV, Chromecast, and Roku. The device is expected to debut in early April and will be available through retailers Best Buy and Staples. Reportedly, the device will connect to Amazon’s streaming video service along with Netflix and Hulu. American Express Co. (NYSE: AXP) shares climbed nearly 1% to $91.86 after stating it will sell half of its iconic corporate travel business for $900 million to a group of investors, including Certares LP and Qatar’s sovereign wealth fund.